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Major Lazer is coming to South Africa

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Major Lazer is set to perform live in South Africa!

The band is set to tour Africa in September and October, with dates in South Africa, Malawi, Kenya, Ethiopia and Uganda. While in Africa, Major Lazer will also work with VETPAW (Veterans Empowered to Protect African Wildlife) to combat poaching in South Africa and beyond.

Major Lazer debut a brand new Afrobeats Mix, blending music from across the continent and lending their global platform to trendsetting African artists and their longtime inspirations and collaborators, as well as teasing new music, here.

Additionally a new song, “All My Life,” featuring Nigerian vocalist Burna Boy today. The song comes alongside a Lagos, Nigeria-shot video directed by South African filmmaker Adriaan Louw—listen and watch here. “All My Life” is the first of a handful of collaborations with African artists coming this fall.

Over the past few years we’ve had the chance to tour extensively and work with artists across Africa

says Diplo.

These music scenes continue to inspire the music we make and sets we play. We wanted to bridge our music as Major Lazer with all these new sounds and genres coming out of Africa. From Babes Wodumo the Queen of Gqom to our brother Mr. Eazi, who is taking over the globe with each release, to new voices Kizz Daniel and legends like Burna Boy, two of our favorite songwriters coming out of Nigeria. These artists along with RayeTaranchyla and Kranium make up the new music we’ll be releasing over the next month to coincide with our tour in Africa at the end of September. Major Lazer has been fairly quiet in 2018 on the touring and music front, but this is the beginning of what will come next for us. I’m excited to share these four songs with you and the videos that our director made are some of the best we have ever put out

He adds.

“All My Life” follows collaborations with Cashmere Cat, Tory Lanez and Rudimental and 2017’s critically acclaimed Know No Better EP.

MAJOR LAZER LIVE

September 29                                   Johannesburg, South Africa           H2O – Wild Waters Complex

September 30                                       Leopards Bay, Malawi                           Lake of Stars Festival
October 5                                                   Lagos, Nigeria                                          Summer Stance

October 6                                                   Nairobi, Kenya                   Tuborg Open & Kenya Nights

October 7                                             Addis Ababa, Ethiopia                                              Bira Biro

October 8                                                 Kampala, Uganda                         5th Street Industrial Arena

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Natasha Thahane To Host Dubane Spring Break

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Natasha Thahane Is All Set To Host The Dubane Spring Break.

South African actress Natasha Thahane is the official host of this year’s Dubane Spring Break! 

Having recently announced a new date after event postponement – Dubane Spring Break event will be held on 29 September 2018. 

Set to perform on a wet n wild stage is Cassper Nyovest, Gqom Barbie TDK Macassette, rapper Da L.E.S, DreamTeam, OkMalumKoolKat, House Kings Black Motion, DJ Tira, Tipcee, Dladla Mshunqisi, MsCosmo and many more!

As an event house in the South African Entertainment Industry -music forms an essential part of our DNA but most importantly, it plays an essential role in the lives of South Africans

said Trey from DreamTeam, co-founder of Dubane Spring Break.

It’s all going down at the Wet ‘n Wild water complex in uShaka Marine World, in the eThekwini Municipality, Kwa Zulu Natal.

Those who had already bought tickets can still gain entrance to this event on the new date, but for those that still need to get their hands on one can do so from Computicket. Standard tickets are R199, and R380 will get you into VIP. VIP tickets includes finger lunch for guests, private seating and a private cash bar.

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